Friday, August 21, 2015

Nail Hoot, Candy Land Collection

Press sample.  Nail Hoot is a new indie nail polish brand that currently has a couple of collections available to purchase.  I'm reviewing one of the collections, The Candy Land Collection, which was inspired by the children's board game of the same name.  First the swatches and then the information.

Licorice Twist: a chocolate-mauve polish with flashes of blue and multiple micro glitters.  This was inspired by Lord Licorice.  Three coats.


Ice Queen: a light purple/blue with small pink glitters dispersed throughout.  It appears to be icy blue in some lights and purple in others.  The inspiration is Queen Frostine.  Three coats.


Gramma Sparkle Berry: a blue polish filled with purple and turquoise micro sparkles.  The inspiration for this is Gramma Nutt.  Three coats.


Kandy Krunch: a burnt copper orange filled with fiery micro glitters and larger orange and brown glitters.  This was inspired by King Kandy.  Three coats and how great will this be for fall?!


My Green Plum: a green that flashes blue and purple, filled with micro glitters.  Inspired by Plumby.  Three coats. 



The formula and application of this collection was great.  I was provided the mini size, so I'm unsure how the brush is on the full size bottles.  Each shade in this collection has a subtle complexity which I enjoyed.  I prefer wearing these with a thick top coat to smooth out the glitter. 

Overall, I was pleased with this collection and I can't wait to see what Nail Hoot comes out with in the future!

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12 comments:

  1. THAT ORANGE!!! The whole collection is lovely. Beautiful swatches!

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    1. I enjoyed the whole collection, but I agree about the orange. It is stunning. Great for fall!

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  2. Beautiful swatches and review! I agree about Kandy Krunch, it's my favorite of the collection!

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  3. You did a great job - thank you so much!

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  4. I'm really liking Kandy Krunch, it would be a great Halloween polish. :)

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